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What is your scrapbook page foundation?

by Debbie Hodge When I speak of your page’s foundation, I’m referring either to some kind of underlying grid structure, or the first one or two layers you put onto the page and then build from. That first element (or layer) is what connects the other elements to the background canvas. It affects the placement […]

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Pale blues and browns, classic patterns of strips and dots, and delicate white blossoms create an elegant and restful mood on this page.

Evoke a mood with your scrapbook pages

by Debbie Hodge With scrapbook pages, you have the opportunity to convey emotion that the viewer can understand and believe. You can use a combination of photos, color, words, and images to create a mood or tone — for example of comfort, excitement, happiness, or disappointment. In writing about art (specifically about Hamlet), T.S. Eliot […]

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